Calgary International Auto & Truck Show March 11-15 2020 at the BMO Centre, Stampede Park. If you are in the market for a new car or truck this show is for you. All manufactures foreign & domestic vehicles side by side are in one place.
HOURS OF OPERATION
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11TH: 12PM -9:00PM
THURSDAY, MARCH 12TH: 10AM-9:00PM
FRIDAY, MARCH 13TH: 10AM-9:00PM
SATURDAY, MARCH 14TH: 10AM-9:00PM
SUNDAY, MARCH 15TH 10AM-6PM
SPECIAL DAY PROMOTIONS
SENIORS DAY – WEDNESDAY MARCH 11TH – ALL ADULTS 65 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER WILL RECEIVE ENTRANCE FOR $7.50 ALL DAY AT THE ONSITE BOX OFFICE.
UNIVERSAL LINCOLN LADIES NIGHT – THURSDAY MARCH 12TH – ALL LADIES RECEIVE ENTRANCE FOR $7.50 ALL DAY AT THE ONSITE BOX OFFICE. *THE FIRST 750 LADIES (18+) WILL RECEIVE A GIFT BAG, THAT INCLUDES
VARIOUS OFFERS AND COUPONS, CHOCOLATES, AND A YELLOW ROSE.
VEHICLES AND VIOLINS
Letters of interest by local charities for the Vehicles & Violins Gala are accepted by mail this year until May 29, 2020. The CMDCF wishes to thank all who have expressed their interest in this annual event.
Vehicles & Violins – 21 Years of Giving
The 21st annual Vehicles & Violins Gala will be hosted Tuesday, March 10th at the BMO Centre. Starting at 5:30pm attendees will be treated to an exclusive preview of the 2020 Auto Show, accompanied by live entertainment played by musicians from the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, international cuisine and complimentary drink tickets. During the event there will be a various auctions and raffles raising money to benefit Discovery House. The Vehicles & Violins Gala is an 18+ event, to order tickets please call 403-974-0707.
For Gala tickets please call the Calgary Motor Dealers Association at 403-974-0707. Gala tickets for this year’s event are $150 per person, GST exempt, 50% of ticket is tax-receiptable.
Calgary Motor Dealers Charitable Foundation (CMDCF) is a registered charitable organization 751180696 RR0001
Please contact us below for tickets.
Calgary Motor Dealers Association
107, 11505 – 35 Street SE
Calgary, AB T2Z 4B1
Tel: (403) 974.0707
2020 CHARITY DISCOVERY HOUSE
Discovery House is about hope. From the moment a woman and her children walk through our yellow door, their lives are changed.
Since opening our doors in 1980 as Calgary’s first second-stage shelter, Discovery House has helped thousands of women and children fleeing domestic violence.
As a housing-first agency, we respond to the urgent and immediate needs of vulnerable women and children by facilitating longer-term, safe places for them to call home as they begin to rebuild their lives. While in our care – either in our secure shelter or in the community – each woman and child is supported by a case manager, mental-health specialist, child and youth worker and housing liaison. Counselling, wellness programs, financial literacy classes and education assistance help them gain independence as they overcome trauma.
We prevent future instances of domestic violence by offering innovative and evidence-based programming. Children exposed to violence at a young age are more likely to be perpetrators or victims of abuse later in life, but we are changing the trajectory of their lives for the better by addressing the impacts of trauma early on. Our Child Development Center promotes early learning, positive brain development and mother-child attachment. Our youth programming helps children learn coping skills, self-regulation, self-esteem and confidence. To ensure we’re offering the most effective interventions, we have partnered with researchers at Harvard and the University of Calgary to develop new childhood programming that could play a key role in preventing domestic violence.
We lead the fight against domestic violence as one of Canada’s most trusted charities, recognized for our impact, efficiency and transparency. This year alone, Discovery House was named the top-
rated social services charity in Canada on the MoneySense Charity 100, ranked among Canada’s top three women’s shelters by Charity Intelligence, and selected as a top-ten finalist for the Alberta Nonprofit Innovation Awards.
Each year, we serve hundreds of women and children but are forced to turn away even more, due to lack of space and resources. By investing in Discovery House, Calgarians can make a real impact and reverse the rising domestic violence rates in our community.
Calgary International Auto & Truck Show